‘Too many people are suffering and dying’
Banned drug pops up in far-flung corners of the U.S.
OTTAWA – Health Minister Rona Ambrose suggested Monday there could soon be movement from Canada on U.S. pleas to outlaw addictive, generic formulations of the painkiller OxyContin amid a simmering
Medical schools address conflict-of-interest
Toronto hosts the 100th Grey Cup and lunar phases have no effect on incidences of psychological problems
Aboriginal communities say decades-old bans on alcohol failed to curb abuse. Not everyone agrees.
The tale is as tragic as any in literature—and even more tragically, true
Our understanding of severe pain is inadequate
Cigarette smoking plummets
A round-up of the bizarre crimes reported across the country
Coast to coast